World and I was a monthly magazine owned by News World Communications, an international news media corporation founded by Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon. World and I started as a full-color glossy magazine in 1986 as a print magazine published by The Washington Times. It covered a broad range of articles by scholars and experts in the areas of politics, economics, global studies, liberal arts, fine arts, general science, and books. The magazine ceased publication in 2004.
The World and I Online
The print edition was later replaced by an online publication at the rate of one edition per month. The online publication now called The World and I Online is headquartered in New York City.
It previously contained Spanish language pages with articles from Tiempos del Mundo, a now defunct newsweekly published in the United States and in 15 countries of Latin America.
World and I has launched special features for K-12 schools, including core curriculum pages, weekly ESL and Spanish pages, teacher’s guide lesson plans. This program on a subscription basis is run through World and I School and the program World and I Kids.
^ a b Annys Shin (May 3, 2004). “News World Layoffs to Idle 86 Workers”. Washington Post. Retrieved January 15, 2017.
^ World and I School website
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